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This wonderful functional art is both useful and durable. We have been collecting this fine local glassware for years. Excellent gifts for off Cape friends. We have given this outstanding glassware to friends around the world,always well received.
Wow! If you are a fan of locally made art glass with old world heritage and appeal.. this place is a gold mine! Every design is flawless and exquisite! I am a huge fan of poppies and found the poppy glass ware here positively enchanting!...More
After a lifetime of visits went downstairs to the workshop for the first time and marveled at the age old Egyptian process and effort it took to make just a single piece. With the vast selection of botanical and whimsical designs one is sure to...More
This is a great place to stop to shop for a unique gift - a gift for a friend or yourself. They do demonstrations during the week. they make glass plates with designs. Collecting the Christmas plates is fun, but there are other collections too....More
I found this place while looking on the web for interesting things to do while on the Cape. I was so glad we decided to stop in for a visit. The glass plates and bowls are gorgeous and certainly something that will elevate your table...More
When I read a prior reviewer's description of Sydenstricker's I had to smile since on my initial visit to the store a few years ago, my reaction was slightly similar (although not nearly as descriptive!). Entering an old building filled with glassware patterns of flowers,...More
The most interesting part of this attraction is the way these items are created!
The overall store needs a do-over. These items could be displayed in a much better format, which would probably increase sales. Even the outdoors and parking lot look like they really...More
Lovely gallery of unique glass art. Be sure to visit the workshop in the back if it's open. I was fascinated watching the painstaking process of sprinkling powdered glass onto a glass plate through a pattern sheet. Then after all the colors are sprinkled on,...More